As it was delivered in 1939.
Sitting in the shade looking fine is this former NJT, nee C&NW F7. One of UHRS' fleet of locomotives shown at the UHRS festival.
An E8, looking great at the UHRS festival. Originally, Pennsy 5798A, then Penn Central, 4253 wears the attractive NJDOT livery.
The GG1 still has plenty of admirers. Here at the URHS event, Raymond Loewy's fine five stripe livery gets a lot of attention. 4877 was built by Pennsy's Altoona Works in 1939. It was one of the... (more)
The leaves are just beginning to show fall colors along the Hudson. This will be a leaf peeping commuters nirvana within a month.
Next stop, Manitou Springs.
Amtrak Empire Service, led by P42DC 703, as viewed from the top Of Perkins Drive across the Hudson.
Amtrak Empire Service, led by P42DC 703, heads north. Metro North P32AC-DM is heading south, next stop-Peekskill.
Empties head north.
Just about to rumble over the diamond at Ramshaw, CN 2684 heads down what used to be Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific trackage.
Two of Delaware Lackawanna's working ALCO fleet take the weekend off to allow the Railfest visitors to appreciate them.
Ducking under the signal bridge en route to Pig,s Eye.
Northbound Saturday morning stacks crossing the trestle at Iona Island.
Northbound at last light.
The information gleaned from this builder's plate on a 63 year old RS-3. Delivered to the Lehigh & Hudson River as #10 in November of 1950 serving the pike until 1972 when it was sold to the St. J... (more)